Intensive Programme (IP) and Yearly Topic
Between the second and third Euroculture semesters an Intensive Programme (IP) of about ten days takes place. The location of the IP rotates around the parter universities. All students, staff members and guest professors from the universities of the Euroculture Network come together for the IP.
The students have the chance to meet and exchange experiences with their fellow students from the other universities as well as with the other staff members. Representatives from our international partner universities also attend the IP.
During the IP, all students are required to present their IP paper to a group of fellow students. Beyond the presentations, the IP also offers various possibilities to engage with the yearly topic. The Programme for the IP includes group work, public lectures, roundtable discussions, seminars as well as workshops with experts. The IP also offers the chance to participate in at least one excursion and other shared free time activities.
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Previous yearly topics have been:
- 1999-2000: The Cultural Impact of Migration in Europe (Uppsala)
- 2000-2001: Cultural Constructions of Europe: European Identities in the 21st Century (Groningen)
- 2001-2002: Regionalism and Nationalism in an Integrating Europe (Uppsala)
- 2002-2003: European Transformations- Transformation of Europe (Göttingen)
- 2003-2004: Images of Europe (Ghent)
- 2004-2005: Borders in an Enlarged EU: Bridges or Barriers? (Udine)
- 2005-2006: Space and power in Europe: Culture, Communication, and the Politics of Identity (Deusto, San Sebastian)
- 2006-2007: Difference or Discrimination? The Challenges of a Multicultural Europe (Strasbourg)
- 2007-2008: European Heritages and Collective Memories (Krakow)
- 2008-2009: Unity and Variety in the Perception of European Cultures (Olomouc)
- 2009-2010: Europe between Europeanisation and Globalisation (Groningen)
- 2010-2011: Europe: Space for Transcultural Existence? (Göttingen)
- 2011-2012: Cultural Citizenship and European Identity: Envisaging Challenge (Bilbao).
- 2012-2013: Resistance, Resilience & Adaptation: Understanding a Changing Europe (Krakow)
- 2013-2014: European Environments: How a New Climate is Changing the Old World (Uppsala @ Krakow)
- 2014-2015: Uses and abuses of the past (Olomouc)
- 2015-2016: Ideals and Ambiguities of Human Rights in Europe, Past and Present ( Udine @ Olomouc)
- 2017: Visions of Europe (Strasbourg @ Krakow)